Colorado Women’s Alliance to host top national political strategists for a discussion on the power of the women’s vote

DENVER – In partnership with the Centennial Institute’s Western Conservative Summit, Colorado Women’s Alliance is pleased to welcome a panel of nationally-recognized political strategists for an important and timely discussion on the power of the women’s vote.  The meeting will provide insight on the changing face of the American electorate, trends within the women’s vote and how women view current candidates and issues in 2016.

Read More

Conservatives hopeful for a substantive Trump as Republican National Convention begins

DENVER —Republicans from across America have arrived in Cleveland for today’s opening of the Republican National Convention.

All eyes will be on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, a candidate who remains within striking distance of Democrat Hillary Clinton despite suffering from the lowest favorability ratings of any major party nominee in the history of polling.

Read More

UDALL PANDERS TO AN INCREASINGLY DISTRUSTFUL VOTER SEGMENT: WOMEN

Denver, CO (July 14, 2014) – Colorado Women’s Alliance released the following statement today:

“We have a humanitarian crisis at our southern border, and Mark Udall is running around Washington worried that family-owned Christian businesses do not want to cover abortion-inducing drugs. This is beyond the pale,” said Krista Kafer with Colorado Women’s Alliance. 

Read More

Colorado Women’s Alliance statement regarding Equal Pay Day 2014

Denver, CO (April 08, 2014) – Colorado Women’s Alliance released the following statement today regarding Equal Pay Day 2014:            

The old guard feminist establishment likes to lead with headlines like, “GM’s First Female CEO Will Make Half Of What Her Predecessor Made”, as they did in a Think Progress article on February 4, 2014. They claim Barra’s total comp will be $4.4 million while Akerson made $9 million. Just six days later, the Wall Street Journal reported Barra is eligible for up to $14.4 million in total compensation, 60 percent more than Akerson. Darn those pesky facts

Read More

Colorado Women’s Alliance Opposes Energy Bans; Encourages Women To Seek Truth About The Environmental And Economic Impact Of Fracking

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

COLORADO WOMEN’S ALLIANCE OPPOSES ENERGY BANS; ENCOURAGES WOMEN TO SEEK TRUTH ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACT OF FRACKING
Extreme Moratoriums Threaten Colorado Economy and Employment

October 28, 2013 (Denver, CO) – Colorado Women’s Alliance is calling on all Coloradan women to research fracking, the impact of the energy bans in four Colorado cities and to push back on the fear mongering and junk science that extremists are using to create angst in our local communities.

“We are inundated with negative, often inaccurate information about the impacts of natural gas development on our communities, with extreme groups selling the idea that this tried and true drilling technique is bad for our children and families,” said Debbie Brown, Executive Director, Colorado Women’s Alliance. “We’re encouraging women to research the facts about energy production and the benefits to our communities.”

Read More